Transit Announce Disbandment


After ten years of being together, Transit has announced their disbandment. On Monday (Feb. 29), the Massachusetts-based band released a statement to fans advising them of their split. In the letter they write that they have decided to close “this current chapter on Transit” to “direct our energy into other aspects of our lives.” But it doesn’t seem like there is any bad blood between the soon-to-be former band mates. “As for us as individuals, we will always love each other and the records we wrote together,” they write about the impending split.

Before officially calling it a day on the group, they did announce plans to close out the chapter of the band with a couple of final shows. Their final mini tour will find them sticking to the Northeastern part of the United States with show in New York, Philadelphia, Connecticut and of course Massachusetts. Read the band’s full statement below and check out the list of final tour dates after that.

“A letter to all who have shed blood, sweat, and tears with us over the last decade:

After ten years of writing, recording, and living on the road, it is time for us to close this current chapter on Transit, as we have decided to direct our energy into other aspects of our lives.

Since 2006 we’ve been given the incredible opportunity of sharing our music with the world, performing in over 14 different countries, and circling our own countless times.

Through all the ups and downs we have witnessed a side of humanity so caring and sincere that we now see the world in a vivid and magnificent light.

As for us as individuals, we will always love each other and the records we wrote together. We love all of you for lending an ear and losing your voices with us.

We will always be able to say that we had the best fans a band could possibly ask for. When we think about the road we’ll see all the faces and friends fly by in one big warm blur. Your stories and kind words helped push us along more than you may ever know.

April 21st to April 26th we will be performing an array of mixed songs from over the years at our final shows as a band. We have chosen some of our favorite intimate clubs to put this to rest at.

We never expected a few basement show to turn into ten years of traveling the world, playing the songs we love. For that we will always be forever grateful. We love you all and thank you.

Nothing lasts forever.

Daniel, Joseph, Brandon, PJ, Torre


Apr 21 – New York, NY – The Studio @ Webster Hall
Apr 22 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry @ The Fillmore
Apr 23 – Amityville, NY – Amityville Music Hall
Apr 24 – Hamden, CT – The Space
Apr 26 – Cambridge, MA  – The Sinclair

Vans Warped Tour Day One to Stream on Yahoo

With a week until the 2015 Vans Warped Tour is slated to kick off their summer trek, organizers have revealed that the first day of the festivities are going to be broadcast live.

Those who might not be able to attend this year’s traveling rock show due to issues, will get the opportunity to watch 30 artists from this years line-up on four different stages from the comfort of their homes. The live broadcast will also feature backstage access as well as some behind-the-scenes footage.

The stream of the Pomona, CA stop on June 19 will go live at 11 a.m. PST (2 p.m. for those on the east coast) on Yahoo.

The list of artists who will be performing during the live broadcast can be seen below.


  • Attila
  • We Came As Romans
  • The Amity Affliction
  • Transit
  • Beartooth
  • Memphis May Fire
  • Black Veil Brides
  • August Burns Red
  • Bebe Rexha
  • Blessthefall
  • Mooseblood
  • Riff Raff
  • Neck Deep
  • As It Is
  • Night Riots
  • This Wild Life
  • Set It Off
  • Family Force Five
  • Metro Station
  • Never Shout Never
  • Mod Sun
  • Hands Like Houses
  • Motion City Soundtrack
  • Juliet Simms
  • Citizen
  • Man Overboard
  • Icon For Hire
  • The Wonder Years
  • Lee Corey Oswald
  • Miss May I

Vans Warped Tour Unveil Complete 2015 Line-Up


After months of patiently waiting for Warped Wednesdays to get the newest additions to this year’s line-up, the wait has officially come to an end. Yesterday at the Vans Warped Tour Kick-Off concert nine artists were unveiled and today another one was added to that list. To the surprise, or maybe not, of everyone the final band to be hitting main stage this Summer will be Pierce the Veil.

Anyway, check out the complete line-up below and if you still have no idea when the traveling rock how is slated to hit you town, check out the full tour schedule here. We know for a fact that our Warped date has been moved up almost a month, so it might be good to check that out.


Pierce The Veil

Knuckle Puck
Kaya Stewart
Macy Kate
Miss May I
Senses Fail
The Bunny The Bear

Beth Stelling (6/19-6/26)
Chase Bernstein (6/27-7/12)
Dave Ross (7/1-7/12)
Eli Olsberg
Eric Swartz (7/26-8/8)
Grant Cotter
Sammy Obeid (6/19-6/30)
Sandy Danto (7/26-8/8)

A+ Dropouts (6/19-7/3)
August Burns Red
Drama Club
False Puppet (7/23-8/8)
Memphis May Fire
We Came As Romans
Ascot Royals
Never Shout Never
Rivers Monroe
Carousel Kings
Mallory Knox
Man Overboard
Aaron West
American Opera
Brian Marquis
Hutton Baird
Say We Can Fly
Speak Low
Grey Gordon
Meghann Wright
Onward Etc
Major League
Set It Off
Motion City Soundtrack (6/19-6/21)
New Years Day
The Kenneths
New Beat Fund
Alvarez Kings
The Karma Killers
MC Lars
Mod Sun
Bebe Rexha
Black Veil Brides
Juliet Simms
Metro Station
Koo Koo Kanga Roo
Night Riots
Night Argent
The Amity Affliction
This Wild Life
Jule Vera
Our Last Night
Riff Raff
The Dirty Nil
Candy Hearts
I Killed The Prom Queen
Sirens And Sailors
Youth In Revolt
Born Cages
Rotting Out
While She Sleeps
Matchbook Romance
Icon For Hire
Baby Baby
The Relapse Symphony
Escape The Fate
Hands Like Houses
Le Castle Vania
Fit For A King
Beautiful Bodies
Lee Corey Oswald
Trophy Eyes
Family Force 5
Kosha Dillz
Asking Alexandria
Have Mercy
Being As An Ocean
The Wonder Years
Black Boots
As It Is
Alive Like Me
Neck Deep
Moose Blood

Line-Up for Glamour Kills Holiday Showcase Unveiled


Last week, Property of Zack announced they would be working with Glamour Kills to present this year’s Glamour Kills Holiday showcase in honor of the music news blog’s fifth anniversary.

At the time of the announcement, the only thing that was known was the price ($25), that it would take place at all three stages at Webster Hall, and that the line up would be very special for fans of the pop-punk genre.

Today, the official line up for the annual event has been revealed which includes some heavy hitters from the aforementioned genre including The Wonder Years, Handguns, Transit, Man Overboard, State Champs, and more. Buddy Nielsen from Senses Fail has also been tapped to host the event.

Not too shabby. Check out the full line-up below as well as the official flyer which also reveals the date of the showcase (spoiler: it’s Dec. 14). To purchase tickets, head on over here before they sell out.


Hosted by Buddy Nielsen (of Senses Fail)

The Wonder Years
State Champs
Have Mercy
Candy Hearts
Man Overboard
Crime in Stereo
Front Porch Step
Light Years
No Good News
Head North
The Sixties
Young and Heartless


Listen to Transit’s ‘Joyride’ in Full


Transit and Alternative Press teamed up to premiere one of Massachusetts band’s new song everyday for 12 days in support of the group’s second record. For the past 12 days, the publication has premiered a new song, and today the “12 Days of Transit” has come to a close with the final song, “Follow Me.”

But for those who have not been keeping a close eye (or is it ear?) to the music publication’s website, then don’t worry because the band have made the full album available on YouTube. All 12 new tracks from Joyride will be at the click of your finger as soon as you click on the little play button below.

In support of the Joyride, Transit will be hitting the road with Such Gold and Driver Friendly. That tour will kick off today in Poughkeepsie, NY at The Loft at The Chance. On Nov. 1 at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago, Driver Friendly will be replaced by Four Year Strong and Seaway for the rest of the tour which will wrap up on Nov. 21 in Buffalo at The Waiting Room.

Check out the full upcoming tour dates below.


with Such Gold and Driver Friendly:

10/21/14 – Poughkeepsie, NY at The Loft @ The Chance

10/22/14 – Asbury Park, NJ at Asbury Lanes

10/24/14 – Hamden, CT at The Space

10/25/14 – New York, NY at Studio @ Webster Hall

10/26/14 – Amityville, NY at Amityville Music Hall

10/28/14 – Toronto, ON at Sneaky Dee’s

10/29/14 – Pontiac, MI at Pike Room

10/30/14 – Covington, KY at Legends

10/31/14 – Indianapolis, IN at Emerson Theater

with Four Year Strong, Such Gold and Seaway:

11/01/14 – Chicago, IL at Bottom Lounge

11/02/14 – Lawrence, KS at Granada Theatre

11/03/14 – Denver, CO at Marquis Theater

11/04/14 – Salt Lake City, UT at Murray Theater

11/06/14 – San Francisco, CA at Slim’s

11/07/14 – Los Angeles, CA at Troubadour

11/08/14 – Pomona, CA at Glass House

11/09/14 – San Diego, CA at SOMA Sidestage

11/11/14 – Mesa, AZ at Nile Theater

11/13/14 – Houston, TX at Walters Downtown

11/14/14 – Dallas, TX at The Door

11/15/14 – Austin, TX at Red 7

11/17/14 – St. Louis, MO at The Ready Room

11/18/14 – Columbus, OH at Skully’s*

11/19/14 – Pittsburgh, PA at Rex Theatre*

11/20/14 – Cleveland, OH at Grog Shop

11/21/14 – Buffalo, NY at Waiting Room

Four Year Strong to Head Out on Two Back to Back Tours


Four Year Strong are currently in the tour state of mind because the band just announced plans to head out on another tour in early 205, just a month after wrapping up their upcoming Fall tour.

The Massachusetts-based band are set to begin a North American tour at the beginning of November and then pick things up with another North American tour.

The upcoming tour in November which will feature Transit, Such Gold, and Seaway for majority of the stops, is set to begin on Nov. 1 in Chicago at Bottom Lounge and wrap up on Nov. 21 in Buffalo, NY at the Waiting Room.

The second tour which will feature Comeback Kid as FYS’ supporting act, is set to begin on Jan. 6 in South Burlington, VT at Higher Ground and will wrap up on Jan. 24 in Amityville, NY at Revolution.

Check out the full tour dates for both upcoming tours.


Nov. 1 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge

Nov. 2 – Lawrence, KS – Granada Theatre**

Nov. 3 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theater**

Nov. 4 – Murray, UT – Murray Theater**

Nov. 6 – San Francisco, CA – Slims**

Nov. 7 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour**

Nov. 8 – Pomona, CA – Glass House**

Nov. 9 – San Diego, CA – SOMA**

Nov. 11 – Mesa, AZ – Nile Theater**

Nov. 13 – Houston, TX – Walter’s Downtown**

Nov. 14 – Dallas, TX – The Door**

Nov. 15 – Austin, TX – Red 7**

Nov. 17 – St. Louis, MO – Ready Room**

Nov. 18 – Columbus, OH – Skully’s

Nov. 19 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theatre

Nov. 20 – Cleveland Heights, OH – Grog Shop**

Nov. 21 – Buffalo, NY – Waiting Room**

**Days Seaway will also be on the bill


Jan. 6 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground

Jan .7 – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre

Jan. 8 – Toronto, ON – The Opera House

Jan. 9 – Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot

Jan. 10 – Louisville, KY – Vernon Club

Jan. 11 – Nashville, TN – Exit/In

Jan. 13 – Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle

Jan. 14 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade

Jan. 15 – Charleston, SC – Music Farm

Jan. 16 – Ybor City, FL – The Orpheum

Jan. 17 – Orlando, FL – The Beacham Theatre

Jan. 18 – Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly

Jan. 20 – Richmond, VA – The Broadberry

Jan. 21 – Baltimore, MD – Ottobar

Jan. 22 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza

Jan. 23 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer

Jan. 24 – Amityville, NY – Revolution

Transit Guitarist Leaves Band


Fans of Transit were hit with some sad news this past Friday, though some fans aren’t too shock by it. Founding member and guitarist, Tim Landers announced on Facebook that he had left the band that he had been a part of since the beginning. In the post, which was simple and to the point, Lander revealed that he d left the band, but that did not mean it was the end of his musical endeavors.

Lander said that he will be “pursuing other musical outlets” which will include his side projects, Off & On and Misser. Read his statement below.

“It is with a heavy heart that I say this: Transit and I have parted ways.

Support the rest of the guys with their new music and touring. I will be pursuing other musical outlets.

Thanks to anyone that has supported me making music in any way/shape/form over the last decade.

There is so much more to come.”

But today, Landers has taken to Twitter to writ some strange messages to his followers. At first, the posts began with him thanking the fans for being understanding and then change to him admitting that he did contribute to Transit’s new album, Joyride. He writes that he assumes that the tracks he did contribute to would no longer be featured on the new record which is due out on October 21 through Rise Records.

Check out Landers’ tweets below.

It has now been several days since Landers announced his departure from the band, but they have yet to release a statement on their own about it. Transit are so far scheduled to hit the touring circuit in October in support of Joyride. Some tour dates can be seen in the official flyer.


Man Overboard to Headline “Heart Attack Tour”


Man Overboard won’t be taking a break after All Time Low’s last tour before they hit the studio, because they have already announced that they will be heading out on their own headlining tour right after “A Love Like Tour” wraps up. The New Jersey-based band will beginning their trek across North America in Montreal at La Sala Rosa on May 20 and will wrap up in Philadelphia at the Theatre of the Living Arts on June 21.

Accompanying the band on their tour will be Transit, Forever Came Calling and Knuckle Puck and is sponsored by Alternative Press. In honor of the tour, every band on the tour is offering up songs for The Heart Attack Tour Sampler which can be accessed here. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased here while tour dates can be seen below.


5/20 – MONTREAL, QB @ La Sala Rosa

5/21 – TORONTO, ON @ Virgin Mod Mob Club

5/22 – PITTSBURGH, PA @ Altar Bar

5/23 – CLEVELAND, OH @ Beachland Ballroom

5/24 – HOWELL, MI @ Bled Fest

5/25 – CHICAGO, IL @ Reggies

5/26 – MINNEAPOLIS, MN @ The Garage

5/29 – VANCOUVER, BC @ Tom Lee Music Hall

5/30 – SEATTLE, WA @ Chop Suey

5/31 – PORTLAND, OR @ Branx

6/03 – OAKLAND, CA @ Oakland Metro

6/04 – SANTA CRUZ, CA @ Catalyst Atrium

6/05 – LOS ANGELES, CA @ The Roxy

6/06 – SAN DIEGO, CA @ Soma

6/07 – LAS VEGAS, NV @ Henderson Eagle Aerie Hall

6/09 – AUSTIN, TX @ Red 7

6/10 – HOUSTON, TX @ Walter

6/11 – DALLAS, TX @ Trees

6/13 – NASHVILLE, TN @ The End

6/14 – ATLANTA, GA @ The Masquerade

6/15 – ORLANDO, FL @ Backbooth

6/16 – PEMBROKE PINES, FL @ The Talent Farm

6/18 – SPRINGFIELD, VA @ Empire

6/19 – BOSTON, MA @ The Sinclair

6/20 – NEW YORK, NY @ Irving Plaza

6/21 – PHILADELPHIA, PA @ Theater Of The Living Arts

Mayday Parade to Head Out on Tour


Mayday Parade have just announced that they will be heading out on the “So Devastating, It’s Unnatural Tour” beginning in late April until mid-May. Joining the Florida-based band will be We Are The In Crowd, Transit and Divided by Friday.

The new tour will pick up just a few days after We Are The In Crowd wrap up their current Spring Tour with William Beckett, Candy Hearts, Set It Off and State Champs!.

As for Mayday Parade, the band released their new album Monsters in the Closet last year through Fearless Records and have already been confirmed to be performing at this year’s Van Warped Tour which will kick off on June 13 in Houston.

The “So Devastating, It’s Unnatural Tour” dates can be seen below.